Volume 16, Issue 1

16 Cʜɪ.-Kᴇɴᴛ J. Iɴᴛᴇʟʟ. Pʀᴏᴘ. __ (2016)

Open Source Tactics: Bargaining Power for Strategic Litigation

James Skelley

In Defense of Patent Trolls: Patent Assertion Entities as Commercial Litigation Funders

Jean Xiao

Thoughts on the Relationship Between the Supreme Court and the Federal Circuit*

Timothy B. Dyk

Abuse of Supreme Court Precedent: The “Historic Kinship”

David W. Barnes

Why the Supreme Court Should Use Ariosa v. Sequenom to Provide Further Guidance on 35 U.S.C. § 101 Patent Eligibility

Naira Rezende Simmons

With Enough Eyeballs All Searches Are Diligent: Mobilizing the Crowd in Copyright Clearance for Mass Digitization

Maurizio Borghi, Kris Erickson, and Marcella Favale

The Time is Nigh: A Proposal for an International Patent System

Ben McEniery

Panel Discussion: Remembering Justice Scalia in IP Cases*

Graeme Dinwoodie

Whither (Wither?) Geographical Indications? The Case Against Geographical Indications and For Appellations of Origin in an Era of Glocalization

Benjamin Robert Hopper

Neglected Diseases: How Intellectual Property Can Incentivize New Treatment

Vinita Banthia

Table of Contents (full listing of PDF articles) on the Chicago-Kent Scholarly Commons

*Adapted from remarks delivered on September 22, 2016, at the Chicago-Kent Supreme Court IP Review.